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that show a two-pronged attack on violent crime would be successful in america, producing violent crime by as much as 50% with life sentences for career criminals. for example, under the armed career criminal bill, and we passed the second chance act, the biden specter bill, the president signed it last year. it seems to me that we need more funding on detoxification, job traini training, re-entry. no surprise when a functional illiterate leaves prison without a trade or skill, they go back to a life of crime. i would like you to take a look at that. i would also like you to take a look at the issue on attacks on prison guards. there's been a rash of them because of the very substantial overcrowding. i wrote to the director of the federal bureau of prisons who i know is doing an excellent job with some suggestions about giving the guards some protective measures. some suggestions have been made about pepper spray, some suggestions have been made about break-away batons, stab-proof vests. i would appreciate it fld take a look at those items and others which could provide safeguards for p
>>> making news in america this morning. >> flu deaths. h1n1 has killed thousands more people than first thought. did experts underestimate its power? >>> not done yet. what's left of ida has turned into a powerful nor'easter, looking to drench much of the east coast today. >>> and under arrest. mike tyson taken away in the back of a police car. it's thursday, november 12th, 2009. >>> good morning. and thanks for being with us on this thursday. we begin with the battle against the swine flu. new government figures to be released soon showed that the flu is taking a much higher toll than we thought. >> by the latest estimate, the virus is rampant. on this map, states with widespread flu activity of colored in brown. that's swine flu activity. but how bad is it? viviana hurtado joins us with the latest numbers. >> reporter: good morning. these numbers are especially alarming because the vaccine continues to be in short supply. the h1n1 swine flu has killed more people than previously thought. 4,000 americans have already died from the virus. that's more than three-times an earlier es
. call the scooter store for free information today. sean: and tonight in your america even though their health care bill is far from becoming law, some liberals are moving forward with the next item on their left wing agenda and that's climate change. just last week california democrat barbara boxer successfully pushed her energy reform legislation out of committee and some analysts see her efforts as a precursor to the drastic measures that the obama administration could agree to at the u.n. conference on climate change next month in copenhagen. so, will the president sign away america's sovereignty over its own carbon emissions and how would such an agreement effect you and your family. here to sort through all of this is stuart varney from the fox business network and former white house press secretary fox news contributor dana perino. are we going to lose our sovereignty with this? >> let's be clear one thing. successfully passed it out of committee. it might have been the most expensive bill ever passed because she hit the gavel at 9:00. she passed it out at 9:20. she did it
're unique here in the united states of america. madam speaker, we're a unique people and, yes, we are the progeny of western europe and we're the progeny that came from primarily western european stock and at the time that we received the best that western europe had to offer, we also received a fundamental christian faith as the core of our moral values. and this is a judeo-christian nation, madam speaker. the core of our moral values is embodied within the culture. whether people of whatever church people go to or whether they go to church, wherever they worship or whether they worship, we still have the american people as a culture who understand christian values and christian principles, the judeo-christian values that are timeless. and so i would illustrate that, madam speaker, in this way. that when -- an example would be this, let's just say if an honorable man from texas were to pull into his driveway and his neighbor's dog had gotten loose and ran underneath the tire of his car and if he killed -- if you're in texas or iowa or most of the places in the country, if you run
city. america's honor the heroes killed at fort hood and a holiday celebration goes haywire, landing four people in the hospital. i'm julie banderas and we're live as fox reports tonight. cold war enemies coming together for a nuclear-free world? as president obama makes his first ever visit to china as commander-in-chief, the u.s. and russia clear a major hurdle for a new armed control deal. in the meantime, the president shares sharp words for another country that's become a thorn in america's side. fallout from the decision to put suspected al-qaeda tris on trial in new york city. democrats defending the move, republicans slamming it. >> when the foreman of that jury stands up and delivers the victim, not empowered by the religious if a natsism, but the constitution, he'll know he's wrong. this seems to be the rights of terrorists and lack of concerns for the public. >> and a plan to put gitmo detainees in america's heartland causing another big controversy. why some in one small town see it as an economic boon. plus, a massive offensive in afghanistan underway right now. u.s. and
>>> good morning, america. on this wednesday, november 11th, 2009. grounded. a united airlines pilot, yanked from the cockpit, moments before takeoff, after a co-worker suspected he was drunk on the job. >>> flood watch. the remnants of ida, dumping wicked rains. and watch this. a massive mudslide in tennessee. >>> battle of the titans, as the letterman trial heats up. opposing attorneys duke it out this morning. was it enterprise? or was it extortion? >>> and miracle on the tracks. we hear from the heroes, whose quick thinking saved a tipsy passenger from almost certain death. the driver is here to tell us her story. >>> and good morning to all of you. we're so glad to have you with us. diane sawyer and robin roberts, here on this wednesday, november 11th, 2009, veterans day. and an especially poignant one, in the wake of that stirring memorial for the ft. hood victims yesterday. >> and the president probably said it best. they put their lives on the line every day to protect our safety, uphold our values. it's a virtue we're celebrating this morning. >>> we begin the morning
. >> if somebody murders americans and they murder americans in america, they ought to be prosecuted in america and hopefully convicted in america. >> republicans say a civilian trial will also give the alleged terrorists the public platform they want. >>> brand new details on the alleg allege ft. hood shotter. he's saying he did not pressure to hurt americans. the cleric could tell he was becoming uncomfortable in the u.s. military. the cleric told the "post" reporter hasan's killing spree is allowed under islam because it a form of jihad, and because the united states started the battle in muslim countries. has sn accused of shooting and killing 13 people at ft. hood. s he is still in the hospital. >>> and president obama is in china. china financed massive sums of u.s. debt. part of the president's talks may include assurances those investments are safe. the president held a town hall meeting with college students in shanghai where he push for greater freedoming in china. >> we do not seek to impose any system of government on any other nation, but we also don't believe that the principles t
, reintroducing herself to america and settling some old scores. will our sunday panel care to comment? you betcha. and our power player of the week, working non-stop to keep us safe from h1n1. all right now on "fox news sunday." and hello again from fox news in washington. the decision by attorney general holder on friday to try khalid sheikh mohammed and four of his alleged 9/11 conspirators in a new york city civilian court had criticism and strong praise. we'll start with mayor rudy giuliani. welcome back to "fox news sunday." >> nice to be back, chris. >> i want to start with comments that attorney general holder made on friday when he announced his decision. here they are. >> after eight years of delay, those allegedly responsible for the attacks of september the 11th will finally face justice. they will be brought to new york, to new york, to answer for their alleged crimes in a courthouse just blocks away from where the twin towers once stood. >> mayor, as a matter of simple justice, isn't it right to bring these men back to the scene of the crime? >> why? we generally don't do that. the r
of keep america safe. her reaction is clear. >> i burst into tears when i found out the news. i knew it was coming because they politicized these cases, but it still hurts, bad. i went to the moussaoui trial. çi listened to him sit on the stand and mock the 9/11 families, laugh at the commander who tried to guess she lost members of per unit. it is going to be 10,000 times worse because it will be a few blocks from ground zero and it will be the mastermind who applauded the deaths of my brother and all these people. these men wanted to plead guilty in the military can -- commissions. çthese cases would have been roughed up by next month. remember, there are 500,000 documents. they have to start from scratch and put them through a different legal framework. bill: democratic congressman joe sestak believes the trials are a good idea. he will be with us in five minutes to explain why. juliet: when folks get lost in the wilderness, it can cost hundreds of thousands of dollars to search for them. search and rescue teams say this is becoming a bigger problem because more and more peopl
, they come from all across america, far from home now, 130,000 men and americans -- men and women serving in iraq. coming up, a look of the bravest. the soldiers will tell you their story in three minutes. one airline is in the middle of damage control. one man in the cockpit was told that he was too high a fly. trace: afghanistan has been getting most of america's attention lately as the president decides on sending reinforcements. there are still 130,000 american men and women serving in iraq. as of yesterday 4362 united states troops have been killed in operation iraqi freedom. 16,000 single mothers were serving in iraq and afghanistan at the end of 2006. the average age of u.s. troops in iraq is 26. accordingly that was also the average age for u.s. casualties. molly is live at a u.s. military base in eastern baghdad. >> i am not far from soder city, this is one of the few places you will still find american troops inside of the city after the 30th. they are still getting used to their new advisory non-combat role. >> today's mission for charlie company is providing protection for a c
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to christmas christmas" and the host of radio talk show "morning in america -- bill bennett. >> hey, sean. >> welcome back. you are alone. i like it. it's nice. >> you have beaten up -- >> no echo from the left. >> almost immediately the fbi said this is not a terrorist attack, not a terrorist attack the media outlet backed into the american people. >> it's more than that, it's not just a terrorist attack it's a terrorist attack by a muslim. you won't hear that said in many places but it's obvious to anybody with any sense of what happened. >> this guy was advertising. his card said soldier of allah. the business card he gave out. that there is the people in the world we understand there may be 200 million of them as professor lewis said we understand what bothers me is the army the military. this guy is the responsible party. >> explain that? what do you mean? >> this week there are a lot of things to set you off. general casey said this was a horrible thing that happened let's ho hope diversity is not casualty. if diversity is a casualty that will be a worse tragedy than this. a worse t
greening of america is finding new ways to make america a leader in the 21st century. neil: how do you do that, congressman, with someone who is, say, a biomedical expert at pfizer, or a top engineer at g.e., and he lost his job? what are they going to do for these guys? >> those are highly skilled. $10 billion. neil: i am telling you, that is the problem here. by and large, what is going on in corporate america is the issue here, and a lot of these folks for him to think you are finding jobs in the best interests, andiit ain't happening, so maybe than continuing to dig in that hole, we put that shovel down. >> i do not think the -- the administration has a problem with it, as well, and we have had an extension ends in november begin? we need to pass that safety reauthorization, and that is something -- and we have had an extension ends in november. we need to pass the safety and reauthorization. neil: i am sorry i am not more clear. that is my fault. i am wondering, if i am a ceo, i am wondering if the problem is more basic, sir, and by that, i mean there are a lot of bosses that realize
. it is way too early, i think. sean: i would like to see the republicans doing contract with america. i want them to put their signature on a piece of paper and say, we're the party of fiscal responsibility, free- market solutions to health care. >> there are a lot of good ideas. i get this argument, republicans do not have good ideas about health care. i just had lunch with a senator from wyoming. he is a surgeon. jon kyl is one of the greatest man who has ever graced the halls of the president, as far as i'm concerned. sean: st. nicholas -- i thought he was called santa claus. >> he is a real guy. he is a great man, a man of faith. one quick story. around 380, i lost all of his fortune. he had three daughters. they could not get married. middle of the night, a guy drops a bag of gold through the window when he does it two more times. they say it dropped into a stocking. he runs away so we will not be seen. what do you think that started? sean: santa claus. >> a real guy. sean: thank you. we are just getting started. here is a sneak peek of all that is coming your way tonight. >> millions o
the federal government's role in the bank of america/merrill lynch murder of 2008. live coverage from the house oversight committee begins at 10:00 on cspan 3. later in the day, a look at the u.s. response to the h1n1 flu virus. the senate, and security department -- the senate homeland security department will look at the government role. president barack obama continues his asia trip. he met with met withhu jintao and the two leaders spoke about relations between the two countries. topics included all the major issues of the day. this is from china's state-run television. >> i would like to extend a warm welcome to proceed on his state visit. welcome to china. i had a very good talk with president barack obama. the two sides hadn't in-depth exchange of views on how to further financial relationship and our major regional and international issues of shared interests. the two sides reached broad, important agreements. the talks were candid, constructive, and very fruitful. both president barack obama and i believe that the international situation at present continues to undergo profou
dedicated funding to cover all of new york city's added security costs? >> i think that is fair. america was attack on september the 11th. that was of national consequence. although the trial will be hosted in new york, it seems to me that new york should not bear the burden alone. this is a national -- >> so you will recommend, and i presume, fight for these funds from omb which we know sometimes has other things on its mind. >> with your help -- >> you have my full and undivided help. i just don't want mayor bloomberg, the commissioner. they didn't make the decision, but they stepped up to the plate and willingly agreed. i don't think either they or new york city, new york state should be left hanging out there paying any of the costs of this, and i take it you fully agree with that. >> i don't disagree with that at all. >> okay. second question, and just one other thing on this. there may be other costs that we can't envision, and i take it we're wanot going to find someby saying this wasn't in an original application or on an original request. i take it there will be flexibility and
states of america. their legacy will be an america that is safer and stronger. an america that reflects the extraordinary character of the men and women who serve it. thank you. >> good morning. this is congressman mark kirk of illinois. when i returned home from active duty in afghanistan, i dedicated my congressional service to helping families with healthcare. we can lower healthcare costs and provide conference for americans who lack insurance by enabouting key reforms that already help thousands of families in many states. first, we can start lowering costs by reigning in lawsuits in america. we are the most litigious country on earth. lawsuit reforms can save billions in healthcare costs alone. in new jersey, without lawsuit reform, it costs $5,500 per patient to provide insurance. in california, with some of the strongest lawsuit reforms, insurance costs half as much as it does in new jersey. congress should enhance the effective reforms of many states by enacting lawsuit reforms for our entire country. second, congress should grant the right of each american to buy coverage from
: from officers who -- >> spoke little english when he came to america as a teenager, but he put himself through college. >> reporter: to the sergeant, amy krueger, who wanted to win the war on terrorism, all by herself. >> when her mother told her she couldn't take on osama bin laden herself, amy replied "watch me." >> reporter: the president was unambiguous in judgment. >> no just in loving god looks upon them with favor. for what he has done, we know that the killer will be met with justice, in this world and the next. >> reporter: but most of all, the president paid tribute, not just to the killed and wounded, but to all in the military who now bear such burdens. >> we need not look to the past for greatness, because it is before our very eyes. long afternoon they are laid to rest, it will be said that this neration believed under the most trying of tests, believed in perseverance. not just when it was easy, but when it was hard. they paid the price, and bore the burden to secure this nation and stood up for the values that live in the hearts of all free peoples. >> reporter: with th
>>> good morning, america. on this tuesday, november 10th, breaking news. tropical storm ida blasts ashore. a 400-mile-wide rainmaking machine. and sam champion is there, live. >>> ft. hood. did the fbi drop the ball? we show you e-mails between the suspected shooter and a radical muslim leader. and the attorney has visited his client in the hospital. and talks to us this morning. >>> countdown. the president about to make his decision on troops in afghanistan. and we have an abc news exclusive interview. >>> what's in your food? this morning, our investigation looks at what could contaminate your salad. >>> and watch this. a woman falls on to a subway track. bystanders frantically try to stop the oncoming train. she survives. and we have the unbelievable story, all caught on tape. >>> and good morning, america. diane sawyer with robin roberts, this morning. and we have been talking since we woke about that video. the woman falling on to the train tracks. and the passengers waving, to get the attention of the driver. the driver saw them. and she was shocked, she said, to see a head
and hospitals struck to get it for their patients. i'm shannon bream, america's news headquarters live from the nation's capital starts right now. we begin with the historic vote in the house late last night. it took a visit from president bam become and a deal with the pro-life members to the caucus, but the democrats were able to win the late night passage of the massive healthcare bill. caroline shively is standing by with the latest. hi, caroline. >> hi to you, shannon. democrats pass with reform bill with 220 cevote. listen to the cheers when they reached 218 the bear minimum for passage. [ applause ] that cheer is for a ten-year trillion-dollar plus measure that is a sweeping overhaul of a healthcare system. 219 democrats voted for the bill, and so did one republican, congressman joseph gal. a first termer who holds overwhelmingly democratic seat in new orleans. 176 republicans and 39 democrats voted against it. it aimed to cover 96% of americans. those who don't get insurance face a fine. it has large companies to offer coverage or face a fine. creates a public option where the gover
thi >>> welcome back to "world news now." crime fighter john walsh has no badge but his show "america's most wanted" has brought criminals to justice when police have failed. >> walsh is driven by the abduction and murder of his own son many years ago. ryan owens goes behind the scenes to show us a side of walsh rarely seen. >> reporter: for more than two decades john walsh has been hunting the country's most dangerous criminals. >> next time i see alan white's face i want to see ours in front of it. now it's time to do some business. >> reporter: he's helped put more than 1,000 of them behind bars. >> there's a desperate serial killer on the run. >> reporter: serial killers, rapists, child abductors. >> tonight, maybe you can help. >> we've got 17 guys off the fbi's ten most wanted. >> action! >> reporter: to find out more about the tough guy in the black leather jacket, we went behind the scenes of his show "america's most wanted." we spent a full day with him on location near san francisco. >> go, "nightline," one of my favorite shows. >> reporter: he's in the bay area on the trail
>>> good morning, america. it's thursday, november 12th, 2009. and this morning, we take you inside the apartment of the alleged ft. hood shooter. looking for clues. and we tell you why the terrorism trackers missed the fact that he'd bought a gun. an abc news investigation. >>> soggy sequel. tropical storm ida dumping eight inches of rain. 20-foot waves. and forget the car keys. get out the canoe. >>> and they said this woman was statal attraction. sending letters to her lover's wife. for the first time, the woman at the middle of the espn scandal breaks her silence. a "gma" exclusive. >>> and get your country on. robin roberts, front and center, at country music's big night. what happened behind the scenes at the cma awards? >>> and good morning, america. i'm here in new york city. i'm diane sawyer. robin, still in nashville, after the big music event last night, the cma awards. loved that red, robin. >> oh, thank you so much, diane. we're still here in music city, usa. and we're in the ryman auditorium this morning. former home of the grand ole opry. it was a grand night for coun
believes in freedom. she likes america because we have freedom. she asked to come here today to say, she doesn't want the government to take over health care. >> i encourage each of my colleagues to join me in voting yes and i can assure you guys won't have to pay for it in the future. >> we're joined by democrat tim kaine of virginia and republican michl steele. thank you for noting bringing any props. but, governor kaine, it appears that republicans are saying this is going to be a victory for the democrats. what you have $400 billion in tax cuts and $400 billion in medicare cuts. that's going to spark a bark lash. >> george, of course, republicans are saying that, they have been trying to block this. there's do knownying, this was a historic passage last night on an issue teddy roosevelt, a republican, started 100 years that's now moving forward in all of the committees. what this bill does, it provides security for the forty-fifths of americans who have health insurance who can't get abused by predatory ushs company practices. it provides a path to affordable coverage for uninsured a
: there is were the bank of america may have threatened the government. we will explain. jon: sarah palin, making the rounds on television. what is she now saying about president obama, her family, and her plans for 2012? 0himvoqtupp((- c +dt@!dp;/(hp can your body wash nourish this deeply? the moisturizer in other body washes sits on top of skin. only new dove has nutriummoisture... which can nourish deep down. new dove body wash with nutriummoisture. superior natural nourishment for your skin. jane: now, your money in the treasury department. a watchdog group is raising questions over the bailout of aig. it is possible that our government over-paid to rescue the insurance giant from collapse, overpaid by billions of dollars. business partners were paid to cancel insurance policies, easing problems. but partners may have been willing to excess -- accept much less. jon: charges the bank of america may have strong armed the government into forking over billions of dollars in taxpayer support. a hearing on the matter is under way right now. we are joined the live by liz on the fox business netwo
on c-span, the look on politics in america from the bipartisan policy center. what is there in politics, the role of the media, and assessing the obama presidency. tuesday night, the first state dinner, as president obama welcomes indian prime minister manmohan singh. and american icons, three nights of c-span documentary's, beginning with "the supreme court" on thursday night. >> now to a conference held by the american council on renewable energy. speakers include jeff bingaman and carol browner. this is about an hour and 40 minutes. on renewable energy. it is 1 hour 10 minutes. >> good morning. good morning, everyone. welcome to the ai8th , yes it is the eighth. we are at the eight global energy in america of national policy conference, the sixth time in this room. what an honor it is to hold this annual review and think about where we are going in renewable energy in america. thank you for coming and i hope you enjoyed this day. believe it or not, that is a symbol of the danish embassy, the embassy of denmark, where we will have a reception this evening. it is a great place to go fr
, which is appropriate in america, and then they discovered they had been given that information, that they had done far better in his key county than they had been told, and now the vote has gotten down to about 3000 votes. there are over 10,000 absentee votes outstanding. it is. owens -- it is probable that owens, the democrats, will end up winning, and we could end up with someone in office and should not be there, and i think doug hoffman had campaigned against a major issue. had he been elected, that margin would have been even closer than it was, and i think it will be very interesting to see if one week from now, we suddenly decide we have a different congressman than we thought. it is not clear yet, but hoffman is getting more votes, and as the absentee votes come in, it keeps getting there are more and their work, so people should stay tuned in -- it keeps getting narrower and narrower. greta: i recognize that the conservative candidate conceded, but he was not certified, and in a rush to jam this down our throats, the speaker of the house every other democratic member o
. this is the heartland of america. there are people here from every state in america, people u.s. service, from world war ii en route, -- people who have served from world war ii on word -- onward. they have got sons and daughters serving in our military today. they do not want those sons and daughters to go off and fight a war we cannot win, and they know we cannot win if we do not know who r&b is. sean: colonel, we cannot call it a "war on terror" anymore. how dangerous is that, what is clearly what the 9/11 commission warned us so adamantly about? >> it has been more -- long known in strategy that if you do not know your enemy, you will lose. we have got to understand who our enemy is. our enemy is a radical jihadis m, and these folks out here are not going to stand for it. you have been to these tea parties over the summer, and let me tell you, this is the biggest tea party. these people are upset. [cheers and applause] sean: this goes to something you have dealt with for a large part of your career, which is the difference between a radical islam and islam. do you think we have gotten to the point w
. [ applause ] >> glenn: good night america. good night mrs. dudu >> geraldo: live and at large, at president making news while chas advertising the north koreans. the attorney general back home in the united states dominating today's headlines with stunning news that the 9/11 hijackers are coming back to new york to stand trial, steps from the scene much their infamous crime. >> i'm confident in the ability of the courts to provide a fair trial just as they have for over 200 years. the alleged 9/11 conspirators will stand trial in the justice system before an impartial jury under long established rules and procedures. i would like to assure the american people that we will prosecute these cases vigorously and we will pursue the maximum punishment available. these were extraordinary crimes and so we will seek maximum penalties. >> geraldo: the decision to bring five terrorists to new york for a trial created a tsunami of comments from republicans. >> these people are qualified as terrorists around should not be tried in civil court and given the same rights and privileges that an american cit
of rural life before it's too late. >>> and stay with us for "good morning america." >> and for updates anyti >>> just moments away, the d.c. sniper's, his last moments before lethal injection. some say it is not over yet. >> it hurts everybody. >> in maryland town mourns the loss of a young marine. >> the video that has a lot of people talking. but some say it is sexism. caioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> live and in hd, this is "good morning america," on your side. >>> good morning, washington. i'm doug mcelway. >> and i'm alison starling. great to have you join us on this wednesday morng. your traffic and weather together every 10 minutes. >> we have rain falling out there this morning. the roads are wet. >>. will be off and on for the next couple of days. probably an inch or so of rain. except for far western maryland. up to baltimore and down into central virginia. temperature in the low 50's. the temperature will be steady. it will be breezy and wet. not a great day. breaking news on the traffic from. >> in the rain moments ago on the outer loop of
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head and go, i thought he was supposed to represent america? i'm wondering if they did. i'm wondering if they said anything and nothing was done. steve: apparently not. why didn't they simply interview the guy? they could is have called the guy in and interview him? brian: they had to to make him a major. steve: when he said those scary things in 2007, why didn't they investigate him because he had that secret security clearance? apparently in december he came to the attention of two joint terrorism task forces. they did an analysis. they. ed his background. they looks at his employment records and other paperwork. and the analysts concluded that the chatter was innocent, and so that is where they dropped it just a couple of months later. it didn't go any further. but critics today -- keep in mind, there are going to be investigations. remember before 9/11 in 2001, there were the bungled opportunities for the intelligence community to talk to each other. did that happen again in this particular case? that's what the government's going to be looking into. brian: we have to talk about c
, this is what america needs to see. it was a good interview. and of course i'm thinking, if you thought that was a good interview, i don't know what a bad interview was. because i knew it wasn't a good interview. >> reporter: just before palin resigned as alaska's governor she reveals in the book her legal bills topped $500,000 due mostly to ethics complaints. there's a $50,000 legal bill linked to the mccain campaign, part of the cost of vetting her. then a family matter involving levi johnston, father of her grandson. >> he is part of the family. he needs that too. i think he needs to know that he is loved and he has the most beautiful child. and this can all work out for good. it really can. we don't have to keep going down this road of controversy and drama all the time. >> as for palin's claim she was billed for her own vetting expenses, senator mccain's campaign counsel denies that. oprah winfrey asked palin if levi johnston would be invited to thanksgiving dinner. we'll have to tune in monday to find out the answer to that. >>> for a job well done, children often get lollipops an
and on "america this morning" and "good morning america" today on abc news. >>> tomorrow, house democrats plan to vote on their trillion dollar health care reform bill. they also claim they have enough support to pass it. one thing is clear, opponents are not going down without a fight. here's jonathan karl. >> reporter: the town hall fury of august has come to capitol hill. >> madam speaker, throw out this bill! >> reporter: thousands of demonstrators rallied on the capitol steps and stormed the halls of congress, ripping up pages of the democratic health care plan and chanting "kill the bill." several were arrested near speaker pelosi's office. and outside, defiant house republican leaders. >> this bill is the greatest threat to freedom that i have seen in the 19 years i've been here in washington. >> not one republican will vote for this bill. >> reporter: and angry protesters. >> this health care bill, it's a disaster. 2,000 pages of crap. >> i don't believe that i should have to take care of somebody else's health. take care of your own health. >> it's going to devastate america. >> repor
states of america, 50,000 soldiers live and train here. they send troops to afghanistan. they send troops to iraq. more iraq casualties came from this one base than any other base in the entire u.s. military system. they are very accustomed to sending soldier in the to harm's way. this is the headline this morning, i cankilleen "daily herald," massacre on post. a mill taken man who trained here himself is with us now for the very latest on post here at ft. hood. don, good morning. >> reporter: no several hour military officials told us that the suspected gunman was dead. we now know he is very much alive and hos hospitalized with gunshot wounds. what we don't mow for certain is yes started shooting. for dozens of unarmed soldiers at a ft. hood medical processing center it was an afternoon of horror. at about 1:30 thursday military officials say 39-year-old army major nidal made heek hassan walked in to a waiting room and opened fire with two nonmilitary hand guns randomly shooting soldiers in one building and then walking in to an adjacent building and shooting a
and in many -- and not to, i mean, america's not free of any responsibility in pakistan's lack of development by supporting military dictatorships and what not. so the conversations with the elite were too easily predictable, if you will. and i think that when i first arrived in pakistan, a woman o said to me, a very conspiracy-hawking anti-american woman -- >> host: your sponsor, by the way. >> guest: the irony of that, of course. she said, there's no way that you, you know, there's no way that you is going to understand pakistan because you don't speak the language, you don't dress locally, you don't ever leave islamabad. a year later when i would rather speak with the tea boys at my office than the other fellows who were working at this institute, and she said, she came up to me and said there's no way you can be a journalist. you speak urdu, you dress locally, so you must be doing something else. >> host: wherever there's plumbing the cia does get blamed. [laughter] i think it essentially was right, nick. sometimes word fails us, vocabulary doesn't reach. but you could call
. this is an opportunity. >> with the busiest airport in the world and the tallest building in north america, i do not think that we should make chicagoland the center of jihady attention. gretchen: experts say relocation costs will easily top $200 million. new evidence that the house health care bill may be a bad prescription. a report just out says it will cost americans an extra $289 billion and could result in a reduction of services. in addition, the so-called doctor fix which proposes cuts in medicare payments to doctors, could wind up costing seniors extra. >> good morning, atlantis. a very special good morning to you, butch. gretchen: the space shuttle atlantis is on its way to the international space station. the six astronauts onboard will inspect the thermal shielding to look for any damage from liftoff. atlantis blasting off yesterday on an 11-day mission to deliver spare parts. this the second to the last mission for the 24-year-old atlantis which is scheduled to retire in about a year. and the word of the year, apparently is unfriend. that's according to the folks at the new oxford a
in illinois. much more on that, good morning i'm jamie colby. >> eric: i'm kercar eric sean, to america's news headquarters, gitmo and the corn field, could bring terrorist trials to downtown chicago and the obama administration considering transferring them to the thompson correctional facility and it is 160 miles west of the windy city and could be the new home for about 100 gitmo terror suspects and the idea already sparking a big potential battle in congress. caroline shivley live in washington with the latest on this, caroline, good morning. how would this work if the federal government bought the prison from the state and put the gitmo detainees in it? >> reporter: the state of illinois would sell thompson correctional facility to the federal bureau of preference and they'd turn it into a super max prison with a portion of it to house, 100 guantanamo bay detainees and the rest of the facility would be used for federal inmates and an administration official tells fox no decision is made yet but it is definitely an option, eric. >> eric: local illinois officials are for the plan. including
thousands of jobs in congressional districts that do not exist in america. or puerto rico. i'm bill hemmer, welcome here to america's newsroom. nice to have you back with us today, ali. alisyn: thanks so much, bill. i'm alisyn camerota in for megyn kelly. how bad is this mess? let's look at it. in the state of arizona, for example the recovery.gov web site is reporting jobs in the 9th, 11th, 18th, 25th, 29th, i have got more 36th, 3rd, 57th and 7 th congressional districts. there is one problem. take a look at this be pro. arizona only has eight districts. so there could not have been any jobs saved in the 12 other districts they list. bill: you gave a good shot at it, didn't you? alisyn: um-huh. steve. bill: what is going on here, stu. >> tip of the iceberg. absolutely tip of the iceberg. you think this is restricted to arizona? wrong. take a look at this map, please. the government is claiming jobs created in nine oklahoma congressional districts. problem, there is only five. jobs in eight districts of iowa. big problem, there is only five. jobs in eight districts in connecticut. again,
weekend. god bless america. host: about 15 more minutes of your calls on who has the bigger influence in washington? constituents or lobbyists? here this headline, the catholic bishops flex their muscles at the opportunities ahead. emboldened by success and inserting restrictive abortion language and to the house healthcare bill, roman catholic bishops said they have found of the model that could provide the latter voice in future policy debates. inside this story, i will turn the page and go little deeper into this story -- they write, churches strategic decisions are significant because with catholics representing 30%, the largest single religious group among members of congress, it can gain access across party lines. while pressuring democratic leaders to adjust to the abortion coverage language earlier this month and the bishops simultaneously contacted republican members and warned them against using procedural tactics to torpedo an amendment. a related story this morning about patrick kennedy. the bishop in rhode island -- this is in "the new york daily news" -- the bishop bent
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